A possible name is the Heyser corkscrew or the generalized Heyser spiral, at least for cisoids. It appears for instance in The Analytic Impulse, Andrew Duncan, JAES Volume 36 Issue 5 pp. 315-327; May 1988.
A complex analytic function is to its real part as a solid object is
to its shadow. the analytic impulse $\Delta(t)$ is a complex
"function" whose real part is the familiar Dirac symbol $\delta(t)$.
This impulse finds application in energy-time calculations. The nature
of this impulse and its application to finding energy-time curves are
examined in the continuous, $z$-transform, and DFT domains. A simple
window is also discussed which leads to a smoother impulse
It seems fairly general:
In a Heyser corkscrew this magnitude appears as the radial distance of
the central figure to the time
with a display of the Heyser corkscrew plot of
However, as asked in the SE.DSP question 3D wiggle plot for an analytic signal: Heyser corkscrew/spiral, I did not find a lot of authoritative traces so far.